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Dataset. 2020

SUPPLEMENTARY FILES GENERATED FOR THE WORK TITLED: UNCOVERING TRANSPOSABLE ELEMENT VARIANTS AND THEIR POTENTIAL ADAPTIVE IMPACT IN URBAN POPULATIONS OF THE MALARIA VECTOR ANOPHELES COLUZZII

  • Vargas-Chávez, Carlos
  • González Pérez, Josefa
ZIP file containing one txt file, one fasta file and 14 GFFs. The txt file contains the position of all TEs transferred from the six genomes sequenced in the present work to the AcolN1 reference genome. The id of the TE insertion is shown as well as the presence or absence of the TE insertion in each of the seven genomes or NA if we were unable to determine the presence/absence of the insertion. Only TEs with presence/absence status in at least four genomes are shown. The fasta file contains the TE library for Anopheles coluzzii that was de novo annotated in the present work. The remaining 14 files are GFFs (general feature format) which is used to represent the position of genes and other features in a reference. Seven are the GFFs comprising the de novo TE annotation obtained using REPET (Flutre et al., 2011) using a library specific for An. coluzzii in the seven genomes used in the aforementioned work. The remaining seven GFFs contain the gene transfer from the AgamP4 genome to the seven genomes used in the aforementioned work using Liftoff (Shumate et al., 2020). For more details, please see http://hdl.handle.net/10261/236648, Peer reviewed

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oai:digital.csic.es:10261/224885
Dataset. 2020

IBERIAN AND EURASIAN LYNX PUTATIVELY DELETERIOUS MUTATIONS DATABASE

  • Kleinman-Ruiz, Daniel
  • Lucena-Pérez, María
  • Villanueva, Beatriz
  • Fernández, Jesús
  • Saveljev, Alexander P.
  • Ratkiewicz, Mirosław
  • Schmidt, Krzysztof
  • Galtier, Nicolas
  • García-Dorado, Aurora
  • Godoy, José A.
Genome-wide database of putatively deleterious missense mutations (as determined with Provean) and loss-of-function (LoF) mutations from 31 Iberian lynx (Lynx pardinus) and 29 Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx) individuals, Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2020

DATASET TO ACCOMPANY "LAGRANGIAN RECONSTRUCTION TO EXTRACT SMALL-SCALE SALINITY VARIABILITY FROM SMAP OBSERVATIONS"

  • Barceló-Llull, Bàrbara
  • Drushka, Kyla
  • Gaube, Peter
- Oleander_reconstructions: each netcdf file in this folder corresponds to the simulation done to reconstruct sea surface salinity SMAP observations for each day having in situ observations from the M/V Oleander thermosalinograph. - Weekly_reconstructions: each netcdf file in this folder corresponds to the simulation done to reconstruct weekly sea surface salinity SMAP observations. Note that the period between 2019-06-19 and 2019-07-22, when SMAP sea surface salinity data were not produced, is excluded.-- In each netcdf file: The dimension “traj” refers to the identifier for each simulated particle. The dimension “obs” refers to each time step. To plot maps of the reconstructed salinity fields, plot the particles at their final position with their salinity value. This is: lon(all indices, last index). lat(all indices, last index), sss_adv(all indices). The date in each netcdf file name is the date of the final position, i.e., the date of the reconstructed field., Lagrangian reconstruction of gridded sea surface salinity (SSS) observations made by the Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) satellite in the northwest Atlantic Ocean. Using altimetric geostrophic currents, we numerically advected SMAP SSS fields to produce a Lagrangian reconstruction that represents small scales. For more details of the Lagrangian reconstruction method, see the associated paper “Lagrangian reconstruction to extract small-scale salinity variability from SMAP observations” available at https://doi.org/10.1029/2020JC016477. In this paper we compare the reconstructed fields with in situ observations from the M/V Oleander thermosalinograph and we evaluate the small-scale SSS variability of the northwest Atlantic Ocean., This dataset has been developed in the framework of the (Sub)mesoscale Salinity Variability at Fronts project (NNX17AK04G) funded by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2021

LIVING AT THE LIMIT IN A MAJOR BIOGEOGRAPHICAL CROSSROAD. THE FLORA OF THE PYRENEAN MOUNTAINS

  • Gómez García, Daniel
  • Font, Xavier
  • García González, María Begoña
Mountains shelter high biological diversity and constitute important barriers for species distributions. They often contain sets of species whose populations occur at their range limit (peripheral species), which according to the “Centre-Periphery” hypothesis are expected to perform worse and be more vulnerable than in central positions. Our study investigates this hypothesis by examining the potential vulnerability (abundance and ecological characteristics) of the flora of the Pyrenees, a major biogeographical crossroad containing a large proportion of the total European plant diversity. We also assess the contribution of peripheral plants in lists of conservation. We compared regional area of occupancy, local abundance, elevation, habitat and soil type preferences, of more than 2,600 central, peripheral and endemic native vascular plants of the Pyrenees mountains. Their conservation status was also assessed at different spatial scales. A quarter of Pyrenean species are at their distributional limit. Like endemics, peripherals have lower continental and regional occupancy than central ones, but their local abundance does not differ significantly. Endemics and peripherals are also more likely to be soil specialists at high elevation, mainly in (sub)alpine grasslands and rocky areas. Although occurring in different ecological conditions, peripheral species at their rear-edge (mainly Boreoalpine and Eurosiberian) tend to be more widespread regionally but equally abundant locally than leading- edge species (mainly Mediterranean). Peripheral taxa constitute a large portion of Pyrenean species protected at different geographic or administrative scales (31-56%), of highest importance in the Pyrenean red list. Peripheral species show contrasting ecology at the leading- and rear-edge, contribute substantially to the high plant diversity of the Pyrenean biogeographical crossroad and to the lists of priority species for conservation. Integrative biogeographical assessments of the rarity and ecology of mountain floras provide a better overview than administrative ones to establish priorities for conservation., OPCC-POCTEFA EFA (235/1) and VULBIMON (CGL2017-90040-R)., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2021

ARTHROPOD ABUNDANCE FOR THE ENDANGERED LITTLE BUSTARD (TETRAX TETRAX) IN CEREAL FARMLAND DURING THE CHICK-REARING PERIOD

  • González del Portillo, David
  • Arroyo, Beatriz
  • García Simón, Guillermo
  • Morales, Manuel B.
Arthropod abundance collected in pitfalls placed in different habitats in four study areas of Castilla y León with different agricultural intensification., The dataset includes arthropod abundance collected in pitfalls placed in different habitats in four study areas of Castilla y León with different agricultural intensification., Memorandum of Understanding between the International Fund for Houbara Conservation (IFHC) and Fundación Patrimonio Natural (FPN) de Castilla y León., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2021

AGGRESSIVENESS-RELATED BEHAVIOURAL TYPES IN THE PEARLY RAZORFISH [DATASET]

  • Martorell Barceló, Martina
  • Mulet, Júlia
  • Sanllehi, Javier
  • Signaroli, Marco
  • Lana, Arantxa
  • Barceló-Serra, Margarida
  • Aspillaga, Eneko
  • Alós, Josep
Los datos fueron generados manualmente a través de la visualización de videos de los experimentos. Fueron introducidos en RStudio Team (2020), donde se analizaron para la obtención de los resultados.-- este conjunto de datos es original de este trabajo. No se ha usado datos de estudios preliminares.-- Datos recogidos en experimentos realizados en el Laboratorio de Investigaciones Marinas y Acuicultura (LIMIA) en Mallorca. Los individuos experimentales fueron capturados en la Bahía de Palma, Mallorca., This data set is supplementary material for the article "Types of behaviour related to aggressiveness in pearlescent fish". Animal personality has a very relevant implication in a multitude of eco-evolutionary processes. It is a topic very approached in freshwater fish, not so in marine species, because its captivity is a challenge to reproduce its natural habitat. this is the first evidence of behavioural traits in the pearly razorfish. For this, we designed experiments in the laboratory, where the experimental individuals were subjected to the mirror test—a widely used test to determine each individual's aggressiveness. By not recognizing their reflection in the mirror, fish perceive their reflection as the intrusion of another individual into their territory. Thanks to these experiments, we were able to determine each individual's aggressiveness score, finding significant differences between individuals. Differences found regardless of height, sex or individual condition. These findings suggest that this species' aggressiveness may have a genetic origin, as has been demonstrated in other species., Este trabajo ha recibido financiación del Proyecto CLOCKS I + D + i (subvención no. PID2019-104940GA-I00) financiado por el MICINN y la Agencia Estatal de Investigación, y del proyecto de investigación intramuros JSATS (subvención no. PIE202030E002) financiado por la MICINN y Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC). Martina Martorell-Barceló contó con una beca pre doctoral FPI (ref. FPI / 2167/2018) de la Dirección General de Innovación e Investigación del Gobierno de las Illes Balears. Josep Alós ha recibido una Beca Ramón y Cajal (beca nº. RYC2018-024488-I) financiada por el Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (MICINN). Margarida Barcelo-Serra fue apoyada por una MSCA-IF (subvención núm. WildFishGenes-891404)., No

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Dataset. 2020

STUDIED DISINFECTANT SUBSTANCES AGAINST SARS-COV-2 AND OTHER CORONAVIRUSES

  • Pedreira, Adrián
  • García, Miriam R.
This data-sheet covers those disinfectants tested against SARS-CoV-2 or other coronaviruses. Data were extracted from several research articles indicated in the reference row. The data-sheet comprises a total of 11 fields with info regarding the virus (virus and strain/isolate names), formulation (substance(s) and its concentration in percentage) and test characteristics (suspension or surface tested, kind of surface, use dilution before testing, disinfectant and inoculum volumes, organic load type and concentrations and contact time) as well as their results, normalized in terms of Log10 viral infectivity reduction, This research was funded by RTI2018-093560-J-I00 (MCIU/AEI/FEDER, UE) and IN606A-2020/028 (Xunta de Galicia predoctoral grant), Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2021

RESEARCH DATA SUPPORTING "ADDRESSING MOLECULAR OPTOMECHANICAL EFFECTS IN NANOCAVITY-ENHANCED RAMAN SCATTERING BEYOND THE SINGLE PLASMONIC MODE"

  • Zhang, Yuan
  • Esteban, Ruben
  • Boto, Roberto A.
  • Urbieta, Mattin
  • Arrieta, Xabier
  • Shan, ChongXin
  • Li, Shuzhou
  • Baumberg, Jeremy J.
  • Aizpurua, Javier
In this folder, we include the original datasets for the figures in the article "Addressing Molecular Optomechanical Effects in Nanocavity-Enhanced Raman Scattering beyond the Single Plasmonic Mode" by Yuan Zhang, Ruben Esteban, Roberto A. Boto, Mattin Urbieta, Xabier Arrieta, ChongXin Shan, Shuzhou Li, Jeremy J. Baumberg and Javier Aizpurua, published in the journal Nanoscale (DOI: 10.1039/d0nr06649d). We organize the datasets with sub-folders, which are labeled with the figure number in the main article and the electronic supplementary information (ESI). In each sub-folder, the datasets are presented in text files named as "Figure[X].dat" (X for 2,3,...,S1,S2,...). The matlab scripts with name "Figure[X].m" import the text files to produce the figures in the main text and the ESI. In the begining of the scripts, we provide the explanation of the meaning of the columns in the datasets. The matlab files were prepared for version R2018b. Notice that the "Figure[X].m" can be opened with a standard word processor so that it is possible to read the explanation without using the matlab program. The data in "Figure[X].dat" can then be plotted using a different program., National Science Foundation of China, Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation, Basque Government, European Comission, UK EPSRC, Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2021

CANNUSE, THE DATABASE OF TRADITIONAL USES

  • Balant, Manica
  • Gras, Airy
  • Gálvez, Francisco
  • Garnatje, Teresa
  • Vallès, Joan
  • Vitales, Daniel
The dataset is uploaded in an Excel format, containing 4 sheets: Table 1, Table 2, Publications and Abbreviations and Explanations (Abbrev.&expl.). The main sheet is Table 1, which contains 2332 rows and 38 columns. The second sheet is Table 2, containing only data entries where the plant part used was well specified; It contains 1727 rows and 38 columns. In the Third sheet (Publications) you can find publications list with all the references cited and link for their access. It contains 650 rows and 5 columns. The last sheet is Abbreviations and Explanations (Abbrev.&expl.), where the user can find explanations for all the abbreviations used in the database and other details. The dataset for the CANNUSE database has been constructed by Manica Balant, Airy Gras, Fran Gálvez, Teresa Garnatje, Joan Vallès, and Daniel Vitales The CANNUSE database is openly accessible in a public graphical user interface at hhttps://cannusedb.csic.es/. Besides the web interface, we also provide the data via the DIGITAL.CSIC repository (link added when we submit data), where CANNUSE database can be downloaded under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0) International License. We ask users to cite the current version of the database used in accordance with emerging standards for data citation., Cannabis is one of the most versatile genera in terms of plant uses and is nowadays the centre of many scientific studies. While much research focus is aimed at developing new plant use applications, its traditional uses, scattered across many publication sources, are gaining less attention and are slowly disappearing. Our database provides an organised standardises open-access information source gathered from 649 publications from all over the world, related to medicinal, alimentary, fibre and other Cannabis uses around the world. The database will serve as a starting point for new research and development strategies based on the traditional knowledge of Cannabis use, in many different scientific fields. Our publication search was carried out in four major online databases - Scopus, Web of Science, PubMed and Google Scholar, using the following set of keywords and exact terms: Cannabis AND ("folk medicine" OR "traditional medicine" OR “ethnobotany” OR “traditional knowledge”). During the screening process, we eliminated references that were not 1) published in English language and 2) not published by the end of October 2020, and 3) that did not obtain the information included through ethnobotanical interviews. In order to avoid duplication, information obtained from review papers and books was only used when original research papers could not be found. In further steps, papers containing inconsistencies (e.g., incorrect citations, unclear uses, uses in review papers not matching with the original research papers) were also eliminated. Additional references cited in relevant ethnobotanical papers were added using the snowball method. The data included in this version were obtained only from references written in English, while publications in other languages were up to this point excluded. Ethnobotanical research is often published in lesser known, local journals, which are not written in English, so many additional uses remain to be included in future updates planned. The database has been constructed on 15/01/2021 and no updates has been made so far., The dataset was constructed inside the project WECANN: Origen, variabilidad morfológica, genética y química, y usos tradicionales de Cannabis: bases para nuevas aplicaciones WECANN (CGL2017-84297-R, AEI/FEDER, UE), funded by the Spanish government., Peer reviewed

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Dataset. 2021

RESEARCH DATA SUPPORTING "SURFACE PLASMONS ON PD(110): AN AB INITIO CALCULATION"

  • Muniain, Unai
  • Esteban, Ruben
  • Chernov, I. P.
  • Aizpurua, Javier
  • Silkin, Viatcheslav M.
We provide supporting dataset corresponding to the paper “Surface plasmon on Pd(110): an ab initio calculation”, by U. Muniain, R. Esteban, I. P. Chernov, J. Aizpurua and V. M. Silkin, published in Physical Review B (DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.103.045407). The dataset is organized in 12 binary files to extract the imaginary part of the noninteracting response function Xi0_{GG’}(q,w) (as determined by Eq. (3) in the article), for three particular q vectors in the Gamma-X direction: q = 0.0168 1/Å, q = 0.0840 1/Å and q = 0.4032 1/Å. For q = 0.0168 1/Å, the full set of data is divided into four files “Pd110_01_Ax”, where x = 1, 2, 3 and 4. We also include a FORTRAN program “Reading_Xi0_IM_01.f” that reads the response function from those four files for a range of energies, as determined in the FORTRAN program. This FORTRAN program can be used to handle the data, as stated in the program itself. For the other two q vectors, the data (four files) and the reading FORTRAN program are organized in the same way, where the number “01” in the files of the example above is replaced by “05” for q = 0.0840 1/Å and by “24” for q = 0.4032 1/Å., Peer reviewed

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